Flabellina pellucida / Rød frynsesnegl

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    (Flabellina pellucida)
    Hitra, Norway

    laszlo-photo, Sandra Mora, pmsmgomes, and 69 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. jinxedjohn [deleted] 98 months ago | reply

      Beautiful picture!

    2. ultramac 96 months ago | reply

      Wow so beautiful and transparent.

    3. bchen [deleted] 95 months ago | reply

      norway!!??? i can't even imagine diving in a place so cold. i've been spoiled with tropical waters. this photo is ridiculous, its incredible!! great photo. thanks for sharing norway's underwater world.

    4. kettles566 94 months ago | reply

      Absolutely Stunning!

    5. Aziz T. Saltik 93 months ago | reply

      Great shot, perfectly composed, properly exposed, i would say F22 and 1/60 with a Nikon 105mm Micro Nikkor? or 60mm. We do not see red variants of this slug often. I have some pics of Flabellina Affinis. Wish you safe dives & good health.

    6. May (NL) 92 months ago | reply

      WOW, great shot of this nudibranch! Faved it immediately!

    7. Erwin Kodiat 90 months ago | reply

      Wow, awesome!

    8. patchworkgandalf 87 months ago | reply

      saw this in flickr addicts, instant fave, love sea slugs, if only the land ones were as pretty I wouldn't mind them eating all the plants

    9. Bryony ED 86 months ago | reply

      Enjoying your photos - some wonderful Red Sea shots. How would you like to share these on Emperor Divers' photo gallery too?

      If so, go here and enjoy some more photos and put yours up there for others to enjoy!

    10. coismarbella 75 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Diving COIS, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

      Really nice!!!

    11. Jaw's Dad 69 months ago | reply

      That is a glorious image, happy to make it 51!

    12. taurusblack 65 months ago | reply

      really beautiful

    13. BJSmit 56 months ago | reply

      awesome shot !

    14. Bachspics 51 months ago | reply

      My compliments on your beautiful image!!

      I'm the Admin of The Gallery Of Fine Photography. I’m trying to add to the pool some of the better photographs that have been around a while. This is an exceptional photo.

      I hope you will consider it an honor to place your photo in our gallery of the best photos on Flickr. Please add it to The Gallery Of Fine Photography Feel free to tag your photo The Gallery Of Fine Photography.

      Self-initiated uploads are also welcome, but please read the guidelines for self-initiated uploads on the front page of the pool before doing so.

    15. Morddyn 3 weeks ago | reply

      I too thought this was F. pellucida because of the near complete caps of white on the cerata. I put it on the Conch Soc of GB & Irelands website. B. Picton (Ulster Museums) said it was not pellucida, so I took it down. I think it is what in Scandinavia is called Flabellina nobilis (wrinkly/papillate rhinophores), but it is uncertain whether this is the same as the F. nobilis from NE USA & Canada.

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